Days of Palestine, Jerusalem -In a TV interview, ex-Israeli Prime Minister and Defence Minister Ehud Barak said on Friday that “Israel was infected by the seeds of fascism.”
The Israeli leading newspaper Haaretz reported Barak responding to the resignation of the Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon, saying: “It should be a red line for all of us regarding what is going on in the government.”
While speaking to the Israeli TV Channel 10, according to Haaretz, he continued: “Life-sustaining Zionism and the seeds of fascism cannot live together.”
He added: “Yaalon’s resignation is the end of a chain that began with the case of the soldier who shot an [immobile] wounded Palestinian [in the West Bank city of Al-Khalil]. Such incidents give us an X-ray image that is opposed to the will of the people.”
Deploring the replacement of Yaalon with the head-chopper and nightclub’s bouncer Avigdor Lieberman, Barak said: “What has happened is a hostile takeover of the Israeli government by dangerous elements. And it is just the beginning.”
To illustrate his point, Barak referred to legislation promoted by members of the coalition, including the law to lift the parliamentary immunity of Arab Knesset members, who allegedly support terrorism, and a bill to impose Israeli law in illegal Israeli Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Warning that the new government is expected to damage the Israeli politics, Barak said: “This government needs to be brought down before it brings all of us down.
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He noted that the government would harm Israeli reputation across the world. “There are no serious leaders left in the world who believe the Israeli government,” he said.